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Published by 

THE SENIOR CLASS OF 

KING HIGH SCHOOL 

King, North Carolina 



FOREWORD 

Memories of past years of King High linger in our minds as we Seniors of '54 
complete our school days here. These full and happy days have been filled with 
work, play, joys, sorrows, laughter, and tears. 

Through many hours of pleasant toil the Staff has tried to bring back a few of 
the best of these memories. As each time you turn a page, may it bring to you a 
new and pleasant memory. 



DEDICATION 




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We, the Senior Class of 1954, proudly dedicate our yearbook, "The 
King Eagle," to our parents, whose help, patience, and unselfishness 
have guided us through these previous years. 






THE ANNUAL STAFF 

Seated: Joice Lewis, Typist; Barbara Thomas, Class Editor; Nancy Boyles, Sports Editor; Melva Boyles, Associate Editor; Barbara 
Watts, Editor-in-Chief; Ruth Voss, Photography; Vonnie Slate, Typist. Second Row: Patsy Moorefield, Art Editor; Mrs. Jo 
Edwards, Advisor; Mary Sue Smith, Typist; Bonnie Venable, Typist; Shirley Roberrson, Typist; Mary Venable, Typist; Elsie Lank- 
ford, Historian; Teddy Westmoreland, Circulation; Mr. T. J. Johnson, Advisor; Richard Norman, Art Editor; Bobby Harris, Ad- 
vertising; Robert Robertson, Circulation; Norman Venable, Photography; Sherman Petree, Advertising; Wesley Hunsucker, Sports 
Editor; Clarence Hall, Typist; Ray James, Photography; Keith Johnson, Circulation. 





FACULTY 




MR. C. M. FELTS 
PRINCIPAL 



LOCAL SCHOOL BOARD 
MR. WORTH GENTRY MR. ROY REDDINGS 
MR. O. P. GREEN 



MR.R. M. GREEN 
SUPERINTENDENT 




FACULTY 




MR. C. H. LINDLER 
Social Studies 

MR. J. M. UNDERWOOD 
Mathematics 

MR. O. T. NEAL 
History, Physical Education 



MR. O. D. MILLS 
Commercial 

MR. T. H. JOHNSON 
Language, Librarian 

MR. MICHAEL FOWLER 
Science 



MR. SAM FURCHES 
Agriculture 

MRS. JO EDWARDS 
English 

MRS. MARIE HANES 
Home Economics 



MRS. WORTH GENTRY 
Music, Glee Club 

MISS VIOLA TUTTLE 
Piano 

MR. CHARLES DRIVER 
Band 



YEARS AGO 




1. Nancy. 2. Janet. 3. Robert. 4. Clarence. S.Keith. 6. Joice. 7. Richard. S.Voyt. 9. Elsie Lee. 
10. Faye. 11. Bobby Joe. 12. Mary Letf. 13. Vonnie. 14. Teddy. 15. Melva. 16. Ethel. 17. Barbara. 
18. Jean. 19. Shirley. 20. Bonnie. 21. Billy. 22. Pat. 23. Ilene. 24. Anne. 25. Jimmy. 26. Ray. 
27. Shirley R. 28. Patsy. 29. Wesley. 30. Norman. 31. Juanita. 32. Barbara T. 33. Elsie Mae. 34. 
Curtis. 35. James. 36. Grady. 37. Mary Sue. 38. Bettina. 39. Clyde. 40. Violet. 




SENIORS 




ELSIE MAE LANKFORD 
PRESIDENT 
"I don't know where I'm going, but I'm on my way. " 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3; Student Council Rep- 
resentative 3; President of Class 1, 4; Secretary of Class 2; 
Vice-President of Class 3; Latin Club 3, 4; Library Club 2, 
3; Marshal 3; Senior Play 4; Literary Club 4; Treasurer of 
Latin Club 3; Annual Staff 4; Commercial Club 2. 

MARY SUE SMITH 
VICE-PRESIDENT 
"Many an argument is sound -just sound, and nothing else." 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3; 4-H Club 1; Commercial Club 3, 4; 
Bus Captain 3; Vice-President 2; Treasurer of Class 3; Li- 
brary Assistant 1, 2, 3; Annual Staff 4; Eagle Reporter 4; 
Vice-President of Shorthand Club 4. 

SHIRLEY TURNER 
CORRESPONDING SECRETARY 
"Aim high and hold your aim." 
Commercial Club 1, 2, 3; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 
2, 3, 4; Latin Club 3, 4; Piano 2; Reporter of School Paper 
2; Treasurer of Sophomore Class; Corresponding Secretary 
of Senior Class. 

MELVA SUE BOYLES 
RECORDING SECRETARY 
"He has achieved success who has lived well, laughed 
often, and loved much." 
Junior Varsity 1; Varsity 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; F. 
H.A. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2; Business Girls Society 4; 
Senior Play Cast 4; Vice-President of Monogram Club 4; 
Class Reporter for School Paper 4; Associate Editor of An- 
nual; Commercial Club 1, 2; Captain 4. 



MARY RUTH VOSS 
REPORTER 
"Ever onward, never back." 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Secretary of Sophomore Class; President 
of Junior Class; Vice-President of F.H.A. 4; Song Leader 
of F. H. A. 1; Student Council Representative 3; Junior 
Varsity 1, 2; Varsity 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Eagle Staff 
4; Annual Staff 4; Commercial Club 2, 3, 4; Business Girls 
Society Reporter 4; Monogram Club 4; Parliamentarian of 
F.H.A. 2; Harvest Queen Contestant 1, 2. 

SHERMAN PETREE 

TREASURER 

"Fine 'em. Fool 'em and Leave 'em alone." 

F. F. A. 2, 3; Manager of Varsity Basketball 2, 3; Student 

Council Representative 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 2; Monogram 

Club 4; French Club 4; Annual Staff 4. 



BILLY JESSUP 

"The best is yet to be. " 
Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Commercial Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 
1, 2; F. F. A. 1, 3, 4. 

MARY LEE VENABLE 

"If I have faltered more or less, it's just my search for 
happiness. " 
F. H. A. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3; 
Student Council Representative 4; Annual Staff 4; Library 
Club 2, 3; President of Library Club 4; Secretary & Treas- 
urer of Business Girls Society Club 4; Commercial Club 2, 
3, 4; May Queen Attendant 3; Bus Captain 2, 3. 




NANCY JO BOYLES 

"Any fool can go to bed, but getting up takes a man." 
Glee Club 1, 2; Student Council Representative 4; Annual 
Staff 4; President of Business Girls Society 4; Commercial 
Club 2, 3; Home Coming Queen Attendant 3; Halloween 
Carnival Queen 4; Bus Captain 4; F.H.A. 1, 2; Junior 
Varsity 1; Varsity 2, 3, 4; Varsity Captain 4; Softball Team 
1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary of Monogram Club 4. 

CURTIS REID BROWN 

"I don't want to be dangerous; I want to be Married. " 
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Bus Captain 4; Commercial Club 3, 4; 
Representative of Student Council 4; 4-H Club 1. 



WESLEY HUNSUCKER 

"With Sylvia I'm satisfied." 
Commercial Club 3, 4; F.F.A. 1, 2, 3; 4-H Club 1; Glee 
Club 1,2; Annual Staff 4; Monogram Club 4; Basketball 
Team 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Varsity 1; Stu- 
dent Council Representative; Sports Editor of School Paper. 

ILENE KISER 

"Everything comes to him who waits." 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 1, 2; Student Council Rep- 
resentative 2; Commercial Club 3; Bus Captain 1, 2, 3, 4. 





PATSY SHELTON 

"A merry heart doeth good like a medicine. " 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Sub. 1; Com- 
mercial Club 2, 3, 4; F. H. A. 1, 2, 3; F.H.A. Reporter 
4; Girls Business Society 4; School Paper 4; 4-H Club 1, 2, 
3. 

NORMAN VENABLE 

"What is courage without endurance. " 
Commercial Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; F.F.A. Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; Bus Driver 3, 4; Bus Captain 1, 
2; Student Council Representative 1; Latin Club 3; Vice- 
President of F. F. A. 4; School Projectionist 1, 2, 3; As- 
sociate Editor of School Paper 4; 4-H Club 1, 2; Represen- 
tative to Parliamentary Procedure Contest 4. 



JAMES BURROW 

"There is no rose without a thorn." 
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Assistant Bus 
Driver 3, 4; Bus Captain 4; Class Poet 1; Secretary of F.F. 
A. 4; Representative to Boy's State 3; Commercial Club 3; 
Baseball Team 3, 4; Senior Play 4. 

VONNIE SLATE 

"I'd rather be small and shine; than large and cast ashadow." 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Commercial Club 2, 4; F.H.A. 1, 
2, 3; Historian of F. H. A. 2; President of Class 2; Latin 
Club 3; Annual Staff 4. 




BARBARA LONG WATTS 

"As long as there's love, there's a way." 
F.H.A. 1, 2, 3; Treasurer of F.H.A. 3; Class Treasurer 2; 
Junior Varsity 1; School Paper Staff 4; Commercial Club 2, 
3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chief Marshal 3; Business 
Girls Society Club 4; Editor-in-Chief of Annual 4. 

GRADY WATTS 

"Let your conscience be your guide. " 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; F.F.A. 1, 3, 4; Commercial Club 
1, 4; Sentinel of F. F. A. 4; Assistant Bus Driver 4; 4-H 
Club 1, 2, 3. 



, BOBBY HARRIS 

"With her I'm satisfied." 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain 2, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Bus Driver 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council Repre- 
sentative 1; President of Student Council 4; F.F.A. 1, 2, 
3; Halloween King 2, 4; Commercial Club 3; 4-H Club 1, 
2; Senior Play Cast 4; Annual Staff 4; Monogram Club 4. 

VIOLET STEWART 

"Lay up your treasures in heaven; for where your treasures 

are, your heart will be also," 
F. H. A. Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; 4-H Club 1, 2; 
Softball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Monogram Club 4. 



TEDDY WESTMORELAND 

"Slow but sure. " 
Student Council Representative 1; F.F.A. Club 1,2, 3, 4; 
Treasurer of F.F.A. 3; President of F.F.A. 4; Glee Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 
Manager 4; Representative at Boy's State 3; Commercial 
Club 3. 

FAYE SIZEMORE 

"I'll be the pattern of all patience." 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3; Student Council Rep- 
resentative 1; Softball 2; Junior Varsity 1; Varsity 2, 3, 4; 
Monogram Club 4; 4-H Club 1. 



SHIRLEY ROBERTSON 

"Love makes a fine reward." 
F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, Otticer 3; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, Officer 1, 
2; Library Club 3, 4; Secretary and Treasurer of Library 
Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Girls Society 4; 
May Queen Attendant 2; Home Coming Queen Attendant 
2; Recitation Contest 2, 3; Annual Staff 4. 



JANET S HOUSE 

"Always do what you are afraid to do. " 
F. H. A. 1, 2; Glee Club 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Softball 
1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1. 




PAT MOOREFIELD 

"Hight" 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1; F. H. A. 2; May 
Queen 2; Commercial Club 2, 4; Latin Club 3; Maid of 
Honor (May Day) 3; Art Editor of Annual 4; Art Editor of 
School Paper 4; Candidate for Carnival Queen 2, 3. 

VOYT JONES 

"There stands the glass, fill it up 'til my troubles grow dim," 
4-H Club 1, 2; Commercial Club 3, 4; F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
School Bus Driver 2, 3, 4; Bus Captain 1,2. 



RAY JAMES 

"Laugh and the world laughs with you, cry and you cry 

alone." 
Bus Driver 2, 3, 4; Bus Captain 1; F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; F.F. 
A. Treasurer 4; F.F.A. Class Officer 2, 3; 4-H Club 1, 2; 
Commercial Club 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; Circulation Mana- 
ger of School Paper 4; Representative to Parliamentary 
Procedure Contest 4; Representative to Cattle Judging 
Contest 3. 

BETTINA NEWSOM 

"Never bow to a King nor step on a worm. " 
4-H Club 1; F.H.A. 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Commer- 
cial Club 3, 4; Latin Club 3; May Attendant 3; Treasurer 
of School Paper 4. 



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JEAN CALLOWAY 

"If you can't smile ask forgiveness. " 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 
4; Secretary of 4-H Club 3; Pianist of 4-H Club 2; Com- 
mercial Club 3, 4; Corresponding Secretary of F.H.A. 4. 

CLARENCE RAY HALL 

"The best way to kill time is to work it to death." 
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Commercial Club 3, 4, Latin Club 3; 
Glee Club 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; Representative of Student 
Council 3; School Bus Driver 3, 4; President of Class 2; 
Marshal 3. 



CARL RICHARD NORMAN 

"You will never be sorry for asking pardon when in error. " 
Baseball 2; F. F. A. 1, 2, 3; Annual Staff 4; Commercial 
Club 3, 4. 

ETHEL BURROW 

"I have seen yesterday, I love today, and I'm waiting for 

tomorrow . " 
F. H. A. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 1, 2; 
Commercial Club 3, 4; Bus Captain 4; Junior Varsity 2, 3; 
Softball 2, 3, 4; Library Assistant 1; Eagle Reporter 4. 




ELSIE FULK 

"Cheerfulness is warm, so is love." 
F. H. A. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Commercial Club 
3, 4; Business Girls Society 4. 

KEITH JOHNSON 

"With me all things are possible. " 
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Radio Club 4; Annual Staff 4; F.F.A. 
Reporter 4; Representative of Parliament Procedure Contest 
4; Representative of Cattle Judging 3; Commercial Club 4; 
Tool Identification Contest at Raleigh 4; 4- H Club 1, 2. 



I HAROLD VOSS 

"Foot loose and fance free. " 
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Commercial Club 2, 4; Glee Club 4; 
Latin Club 3; Bus Captain 2, 3, 4. 

JO ICE LEWIS 

"Nothing is impossible to a willing heart." 
Vice-President of 4-H Club 1; Student Council Representa- 
tive 2; Recording Secretary 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Latin Club 
Secretary 3; F.H.A. 3; Varsity 1, 2; Scorekeeper & Mana- 
ger 3, 4; Softball 2; Annual Staff 4; Editor-in-Chief of 
School Paper 4; Commercial Club 3, 4; Cast in Senior Play 
4; Marshal 3; Girls State Delegate 3. 



JUANITA DUGGINS 

"She is good as she is fair." 
Glee Club 1, 2, 4; Commercial Club 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 1, 
2, 3; Historian of F. H. A. 2; Library Club 3; Senior 4-H 
Club 1, 2; Business Girls Society 4. 

ROBERT ROBERTSON 

"Don't worry today about yesterday or you won't accom- 
plish very much tomorrow." 
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Bus Driver 3, 4; Bus Captain 1, 2; Glee 
Club 1, 2, 3; Class Reporter 2; Baseball ], 2, 3, 4; Bas- 
ketball 2, 3, 4; Junior Varsity 1; Senior Play Cast 4; An- 
nual Staff 4; President of Monogram Club 4; Student Coun- 
cil Representative 1; Commercial Club 3; 4-H Club 1; Co- 
Captain of Basketball Team 4. 

CLYDE JENNINGS 

"Truth crushed to earth shall rise again. " 
Commercial 1; F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. 

BARBARA THOMAS 

"Everything is possible with tomorrow; no dream too foolish, 

no goal too high. " 
Class President 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
4-H Club 1, 2; President of 4-H Club 2; Commercial Club 
1, 2, 4; May Gueen Attendant 2; Home-coming Queen 
Attendant 2, 3; Corresponding Secretary Class 3; Student 
Council Representative 3; Reporter Latin Club 3; Corre- 
sponding Secretary F. H. A. 3; President of F.H.A. 4; 
Annual Staff 4; Senior Ploy Cast 4. 




BONNIE VENABLE 

"Diplomary is to do any say the nicest thing in the nicest 

way. " 
Junior Varsity 1; 4-H Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
F. H. A. 3, 4; Piano 1, 2; Library Club 3; Recitation Con- 
test 1, 2, 3; Annual Staff 4; Cashier Lunch Room 1, 2; 
Business Girls' Society Club 4; Commercial Club 3, 4. 

JIMMY MOSER 

"Speak softly and carry a big stick. " 
Commercial Club 3; F.H.A. 1, 2. 



DAVID BENNETT 

"Little but Loud." 
F.F.A. 4; Bus Captain 1. 

ANNE PHILLIPS 

"He builds too low who builds below the stars. " 
Student Council Corresponding Secretary 4; Class Poet 4; 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Literary Club 4; F.H.A. Vice-President 
1; F. H. A. President 2; Student Council Vice-President 3; 
Latin Club President 3; Stokes County Student Council 
President 4; Girls' State 3. 




MOTTO 
"The virtue lies in the struggle; not the prize." 



MASCOTS 



BECKY WOOD "MIKE" BROCK 



COLORS 
Mulberry and Mist Gray 
CLASS FLOWER 





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BEST DISPOSITION 
Juanita - Robert 




MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 
Shirley T. - James B. 



BEST DRESSED 
Barbara W. - Sherman 



SENIOR 



MOST ARTISTIC 
Pat M. - Richard 



MOST LOYAL 
Mary Lee - James 




QUIETEST 
Jean C. - David 






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PRETTIEST - MOST HANDSOME 
BetHna - Bobby Joe 




MOST ORIGINAL 
Janet - Harold 



WITTIEST 
Violet - Ray 



SUPERLATIVES 



MOST POLITE 
Faye - Clyde 



MOST INTELLECTUAL 
Anne - James Ray 




OLD MAID - BACHELOR 
Shirley T. - Harold 







BIGGEST FLIRT -WOLF 
Patsy S. - Keith 




BIGGEST BABIES 
Mary Sue - Curtis 



CUTEST 
Pat M. - Teddy 



SENIOR 



MOST LIKELY TO MARRY 
Barbara - Robert 



MOST BASHFUL 
Elsie F. -Voyt 




BEST ALL ROUND 
Elsie L. - Jimmy 





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MOST VERSATILE 
Vonnie - Clarence 




MOST MUSICAL 
Billy J. -Shirley R. 



MOST POPULAR 
Barbara T, - Bobby Joe 



SUPERLATIVES 



BEST SPORTS 
Melva - Wesley 



MOST ATHLETIC 
Nancy Jo - Bobby Joe 




BIGGEST PESTS 
Ethel - Keith 





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FRIENDLIEST 
Bonnie - James 




NEATEST 
Grady - jiene 



BEST PERSONALITY 
Joice - Teddy 



SENIOR 

SUPERLATIVES 



MOST CO-OPERATIVE 
Joice - Norman 



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BEST ACTOR - ACTRESS 
Ray - Ruth 







CLASS PROPHECY 

This is Saturday, July 7, 1964, and I am a "New York Times" reporter, standing at the ticket counter of the New 
York City Air Terminal. I am preparing to buy a plane ticket to Paris, France; it is there that I am planning to attend 
the World's Fair. 

Harold Voss hands me my ticket and tells me that he still isn't married. He says that unless something happens he 
will remain a bachelor for the rest of his life. Harold tells me that he saw two of our classmates, Jean Calloway and 
ilene Kiser. The girls were touring New York City; while their husbands were in a diplomatic service meeting in 
Washington, D. C. 

Since my plane is warming up on the runway I must hurry, but before I leave Harold tells me also that Richard 
Norman is an Art Exhibitor at the World's Fair, and so perhaps I shall see him. 

As I am rushing up the ramp, whom should I run into but Shirley L. Robertson, her husband, and six year old twin 
boys, Kent and Brent. The twins are in the first grade at King High School, with the former Mary Sue Smith as their 
teacher. 

Entering the plane, I am greeted by the airline hostess who is Vonnie Slate. Vonnie says that her work has led 
her to meet that handsome 6 feet 4 inch man that she had dreamed of. 

After I get my safety belt fastened, whom should I see but Sherman Petree? Sherman tells me about the money 
making business in which he and Clarence Hall had invested, in Wilmington, North Carolina. He says that Violet 
Stewart and her family are living at Wrightsville Beach, where they own several cottages. 

Sherman beams as he tells me that his high school chum, Keith Johnson, has finally found "his" Marilyn Monroe, 
and has settled down in King, where he owns the hatchery. 

I begin reading my newspaper and as I look at the society page, a picture catches my eye; Anne Phillips is tobe 
married to a man from Nebraska, both are missionaries in Brazil. 

Bobby Joe Harris and his Southern Ramblers are pictured in the sports section. His basketball team has won the 
Southern Championship Trophy, as well as great acclaim. 

Pictured in the sports section also is Robert Robertson, the player-manager for the St. Louis Cardinals. Robert is 
predicting a successful season for his baseball team. He and his wife, Barbara Thomas, are living in St. Louis with 
their two little girls. Robert has Teddy Westmoreland, a former classmate, on his baseball team. Teddy is playing 
second base on the team for his sixth consecutive year. 

My plane is coming in for a landing at the Paris Airport. I walk down the ramp and into the terminal where I am 
met by two of Uncle Sam's boys, Lt. Voyt Jones, who is still advertising for a wife, and Ray James, who is ready to 
board a plane that will take him back to his wife and family in the United States. 

As I board the bus I see that Clyde Jennings is the driver. Clyde tells me that James Ray Burrow owns a lavish 
hotel in town. I decide to register there. 

When I arrive Juanita Duggins greets me and tells me that she works here. As she registers me she says that she 
is homesick for King, but she just can't turn down all that "dough" she's making. 

Juanita tells me that Elsie Fulk is soon to arrive, to work as a secretary in the hotel and that Nancy Jo Boyles 
has been by to see her. Nancy is the physical education coach at Hones Hosiery. Her team is the No. 1 girls' bas- 
ketball team in the nation. 

Faye Sizemore is playing guard on Nancy's team for the fifth consecutive year. 

I tell Juanita all about Barbara L. Watts and her new home that she and John have just moved into. They own a 
poultry farm near King and have a little boy named "Johnny." 

Going up to my room I meet Pat Moorefield and her husband. They built a home and also own a Children's Shop. 
P. S. Mountain View's population has grown immensely. 

I just can't wait to hear all about her school pal, "Teeny" Newsom. It seems that "Teeny" has chosen "Typing" 
rather than priming tobacco. She is now married to a manwho is 6 feet 6 inches tall, and they are living happily in 
Washington, D. C. 

The next morning as I sit down to breakfast in the dining hall I see Elsie Lankford, who is head dietician of the 
hotel. The meals are delicious, Elsie! 

While being served breakfast, I saw Curtis Brown. "Curt" tells me that he is employed with the Buick Factory in 
Chicago and I also saw his wife and family. 

Then as I am heading for the Fair Grounds, I see patrolmen Jimmy Moser, from California, and Norman Venable, 
from Winston-Salem, North Carolina, helping direct the traffic. 

I run into Bonnie Venable, who is working for the government and she is with her cousin, Mary Lee, who is also 
working along with Bonnie. Both girls are fine and enjoy their work. They tell me that they see the "seamen, " David 
Bennett, Wesley Hunsucker, and Grady Watts quite often. 

As I enter the fair grounds, I see Melva Sue Boyles and her star softball shortstop, Ethel Burrow. They are leav- 
ing; but before she goes, she tells me about Patsy Shelton and Billy Jessup, who are real professional dancers in a show 
here at the fair. 

She had also seen Janet Shouse with her little black book, chasing a big-time criminal. Janet is a private de- 
tective in Maryland . 

It seems that Ruth and Ronald Voss have discovered oil in their back yard and are on a vacation in Europe. 

Melva Sue tells me that Shirley Turner had planned on attending the fair, but an epidemic had broken out the 
last minute and she had to cancel her trip. 

Joice Lewis 



CLASS HISTORY 

In 1950 sixty-six "green" freshmen entered King High School with a superior feeling. This year all the freshmen 
were lucky to have Mr. Odell Neal and Mr. J. H. Hill for their homeroom teachers. 

It took us quite a while to settle down, but we soon elected our class officers, and our homeroom representatives 
for the newly-organized Student Council . Teddy Westmoreland, Norma Jean Burrow, Faye Sizemore, and Robert 
Robertson were our Student Council Representatives for 1950. When we had just begun to do our best studying, our 
freshman year was about over. However, the three summer months of vocation did much for us, because in the fall of 
1951 almost all of our class returned for their second year of high school. 

This year there were sixty-eight students; and again we were divided as before. Part of us were in Mr. Neal's 
homeroom, and the others were in Mrs. Bob Duncan's homeroom. 

Many of pur students seemed to find Algebra I and Biology to be difficult. During the year Sara Marshall, Wilma 
Patterson, Julia Love, Ray Hemrick, Donald Brown, and Dean Smith quit school for some unknown purposes. We were 
proud of one of our new students, "Pat" Moorefield, who as a sophomore, was elected May Queen of King High 
School. Another new student that we were glad to welcome this year was Richard Normap. 

After another summer of rest, fifty-one boys and girls returned to the new high school building as juniors. We 
were proud to have three more new students this year. The new students in the junior class were Joice Lewis, Bonnie 
Venable, and Jolene Davis. 

Since we had a large junior class, we separated again. Mrs. Clifton Stevens and Mrs. Newell Newsome were 
homeroom teachers for the two sections of juniors. The junior class officers were Mary Ruth Spainhour, President; 
Elsie Lankford, Vice-President; Jenny Lee Cranfill, Recording Secretary; Barbara Thomas, Corresponding Secretary; 
Mary Sue Smith, Treasurer; and Anne Phillips, Reporter. Our gradeparents were Mr. and Mrs. Claxton Lewis and Mr. 
and Mrs. P. H. Johnson. The junior class was given two nice parties by our gradeparents. 

The Halloween Carnival was the highspot of our junior year. With Mrs. Newsome and Mrs. Stevens guiding us, 
we made more money than any other class before us. 

Shirley Lawson, Jenny Lee Cranfill, Norma Jean Burrow, and Betty Watts were four of our students who married 
during their junior year. 

With the kindness of Mr. Felts and the "persuasion of the students," our class went to Raleigh to the Ice Capades 
on February 15. None of us will ever forget this enjoyable trip. 

Finally, the climax of our junior year was the Junior-Senior Banquet which was held at the Robert E. Lee Hotel, 
on May 9, 1953. 

At commencement the juniors carried lighted candles instead of the usual daisy chain. The marshals for com- 
mencement were Barbara Long, Anne Phillips, Elsie Lankford, Clarence Hall, and Joice Lewis. 

At the end of our junior year forty-two excited juniors ordered their class rings. 

In September, 1953, forty-six out of the fifty-four ex-juniors began their senior year at King High. We were 
sorry to learn that Norma Burrow East, Jenny Cranfill Tuttle, and Betty Watts Moser had not returned this year. At 
the beginning of the year Jolene Davis, Charles Fulk, and Ineida Pratt had quit school for some purpose. 

Getting our class rings in October was a very important day for the seniors. 

This year we had practically new faculty. The seniors were glad to have Mr. T. H. Johnson and Mr. O. D. Mills 
as the senior homeroom teachers. We soon elected our class officers with Elsie Lankford, President; Mary Sue Smith, 
Vice-President; Melva Sue Boyles, Recording Secretary; Sherman Petree, Treasurer; and Mary Ruth Voss, Reporter. 
Our Class was well represented at the Halloween Carnival when Bobby Joe Harris was crowned Halloween Carnival 
King. 

It didn't take us long to begin talking about a senior play, and we finally decided on giving a three-act comedy 
called "Quit Your Kidding." 

At Christmas our gradeparents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harris and Mr. and Mrs. Odell Lankford, gave us a party which 
was enjoyed by all. 

Since the seniors were set on having an annual, Mr. Felts gave us permission to have one this year. We dedicated 
our annual, "The King Eagle, " to the seniors' parents for their unselfishness and hard work. 

Elsie Mae Lankford 



LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT 

We, the Senior Class of 1954, being of strong body and sound in mind, having gained many things in the past four 
years, hereby make our last will and testament. 

To King High School we leave the fond hope that it will make improvements as the years go by and that before 
next year it will have a paved road and some gross planted around the building. 

To the faculty: To Mr. Felts: A new hat to wear to the ballgames to take the place of the one somebody sat on. 
To Mr. Johnson: A Cadillac to haul his four boys around in. To Mr. Mills: A bookkeeper to help him keep the 
school's money straight. To Mr. Neal: A gym that you can enter without having to crawl. over a coal pile. To Mr. 
Lindler: A class that won't chew chewing gum. To Mrs. Edwards: A new paddle to take the place of the one that 
got marked on. To Mrs. Hoynes: A group of home economics girls that WON'T keep the pantry shelves clean. To 
Mr. Fowler: A softer heart toward the high school students. To Mr. Underwood: An algebra class that will pay at- 
tention. To Mr. Furches; A secretary to write his business letters for him so that a high school girl won't have to. 
To Miss Tuttle: A page in the annual next year. To Mrs. Gentry: A new piano to put in the high school building so 
that the Glee Club won't be late. To Mr. Drivers: A new band room. 

To the Juniors: Ray James wills his bus to Odis James and his ability to keep the senior class amused to William 
Gray Harris. Keith Johnson wills his superlatives, Biggest Wolf, to Jimmy Baker, and Biggest Pest, and also his abil- 
ity to black the sidewalk in front of the high school building to David Earl Lawson. Nancy Jo Boyles wills her superla- 
tive,. Most Athletic, to Mary Edith Smith and her ability to chew chewing-bum to Bonnie Holder. Pat Moorefield 
wills her temper to Edna Smith and her freckles to Patsy Moore. Teeny Newsom wills her ability to see further and 
higher than anybody at King School to Bonnie Holder. Pat and Teeny will their ability to aggravate Mr. Lindler to 
David Earl Lawson. James Ray Burrow wills his political mind to William Gray Harris and his position as captain on 
No. 33 to Hayes Barr. Janet Shouse wills her superlative. Most Original, to Fayc Norman and her physic book to 
Sarah Bowden . Richard Norman wills his ability to draw to Wallace Turner. Ethel Burrow wills her superlative. Big- 
gest Pest, to Frances Westmoreland, and her ability to help the other people get their homework to Gaynell Tuttle. 
Curtis Brown wills his superlative. Biggest Baby, to Joe Bolejack. Robert Robertson wills his superlative. Best Dispo- 
sition, to James Smith. Patsy Shelton wills her superlative. Biggest Flirt, to Mary Sue Tuttle and her chair in English 
to A. G. Belcher. Violet Stewart wills her superlative> Wittiest, to Mary Sue Tuttle, and her physic book to Oleta 
Barnes. Mary Sue Smith wills her ability to gossip to Maxine Gibson and her second year shorthand book to Amajean 
Boyles. Elsie Lee Fulk wills her superlative. Most Bashful, to La Rue Lankford, and her second year shorthand book to 
Faye Bennett. Clarence Hall wills his superlative. Most Versatile, to Don Robertson, and his ability to learn to Odis 
James. Bonnie Venable wills her superlative. Friendliest, to Mary Sue Tuttle, and her ability to speak to Odis James. 
Barbara Watts wills her corner of the senior class to Jacqueline Bennett so that she can read her letters. Barbara 
Thomas wills her superlative. Most Popular, to Oleta Barnes, and her shorthand pod to Amajean Boyles. Shirley 
Robertson wills her superlative. Most Musical, to Patsy Moore. Wesley Hunsucker wills his superlative. Best Sport, 
to James Lawson. Jean Calloway wills her seat on No. 35 to Dotty Lou Whitman. Elsie Mae Lankford wills her posi- 
tion as President of the Senior Class to Don Robertson and her ability to talk to Gaynell Tuttle. Anne Phillips wills 
her "unlucky" days in physics to Patsy Moore. Shirley Turner wills her superlative. Most Likely To Succeed, to Wal- 
lace Turner, and her ability to get along with people to La Rue Lankford. Jimmy Moser wills to Jimmy Baker his 
ability to stay in school and graduate no matter what happens. Clyde Jennings wills his superlative. Most Polite, to 
Jimmy Hartgrove. Mary Lee Venable wills her job in the library to Jean Stone. Harold Voss wills his ability to argue 
with Mr. Lindler to Gaynor Mabe. Juanita Duggins wills her superlative. Best Disposition, to Betty Lou Cardwell, 
and her ability to hold her temper to Faye Norman. Voyt Jones wills his bus (No. 15) back to James Smith. Ilene 
Kiser wills her seat in economics to Norma Hunter. Joice Lewis wills her position as Recording Secretary of the 
Student Council to Mary Sue Tuttle. Faye Sizemore wills her superlative. Most Polite, to Estella Covington. Vonnie 
Slate wills her bookkeeping practice set to Estella Covington and her economics book to Jean Stone. Bobby Joe 
Harris wills his superlatives. Most Handsome, Most Popular, and Most Athletic, to Don Robertson. Melva Sue Boyles 
wills her superlative. Best Sport, to Mdry Edith Smith. David Bennett wills his superlative. Quietest, To Joseph Fulk. 
Mary Ruth Voss wills her superlative. Best Actress, to Edna Smith. Billy Jessup wills his curls to Leo Baker and his 
ability to shag to Mary Sue Tuttle so that she can keep the socials going next year. Grady Watts wills his superlative. 
Cutest, to Faye Bennett. Norman Venable wills his ability to drive a bus and always be on time to Grady Kiser and 
his English grades to David Earl Lawson. Sherman Petree wills his lakeside seat in the senior room to "Rose" Baker. 
"Keefh" and "Sherm" will their ability to irritate Mr. Mills to "Smitty" and "Rose". 

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We, the Seniors of '54, set our hands and seal to this will . 

Witnessed by: Vonnie Slate (Seal) 

Joice Lewis 
Grady Watts 




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ESTELLE COVINGTON 
JOE BOLEJACK 
MAXINE GIBSON 




JUNIORS 



JAMES BOYLE5 
NORMA HUNTER 
WILLIAM HARRIS 




BETTY LOU CARDWELL 
JAMES SMITH 
LA RUE LANKFORD 




ODIS JAMES 
MARY EDITH SMITH 
GRADY KISER 



MARY SUE TUTTLE 
DAVID LAWS ON 
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WALLACE TURNER 
DOTTY WHiTTMAN 
SARAH BOWDEN 



JEAN STONE 



AMAJEAN BOYLES 



FAYE NORMAN 



BONNIE HOLDER 





SOPHOMORES 




Richard Westmoreland 

President 
Donald Boyles 

Vice-President 
Barbara Smith 

Secretary-Treasurer 
Gloria Tuttle 

Reporter 



Max Covington 

President 
Iris Southern 

Vice-President 
Doris Hill 

Secretary-Treasurer 
Jimmy Watts 



Pat Newsome 
Terry Kiger 
Ruth Newsome 
Jay Lee Johnson 



Geraldine North 
John D. Tuttle 
Shelby Bennett 
Billy Boles 



Kay McGee 
Ralph Voss 
Ann Spainhour 




Rex Baker 
Shelby Ann Bennett 
Bernice Burrows 
Jimmy Beasley 



Richard Booze 
Kay Carroll 
Don Boyles 
Jo Ann Hampton 



Teddy Cianton 
Harold Browder 
Nellie Tuttle 
Terry Shouse 





Obia Smith 
Leon Craddock 
Betty Cox 
Terry Hutchins 



Marie Key 
Betty Kirby 
Everet Kiser 







Albert Newsom 
John Smith 
Harold Tuttle 
Blaine Ferguson 



Barbara Smith 
Laine Ferguson 
Jean Wilkey 
Royce Flynt 



Billy Dodson 
Kay Long 
Helen Wall 
Wayne Edwards 



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Bobby Bennett 
Junior Preston 



Norman Fulk 
Bonnie Wilson 
Benny Kirby 
Luther Lawson 



Frank Robertson 
Jim Robertson 
Jimmy Smith 





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Shirley Thomas 
Pat White 
Bobby Law 
Rachel Bennett 



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Elizabeth Booe 
Fred Kapp, Jr. 
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Doris Fulk 
Jimmy Tucker 
Peggy Hunter 
Mickey Hauser 
Dorothy Love 







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Barbara Watts 
Rae Smith 
Betty Shore 
Delia Mae Tucker 




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Avolene Mabe 
Billy Tuttle 
Barbara Minnick 
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STUDENT GOVERNMENT 

Seated: Mr. Underwood, Advisor; Joice Lewis, Recording Secretary; Bobby Harris, President; Priscilla New, Treas- 
urer; Ottis James, Vice-President; Mrs. Edwards, Advisor. Standing: Mary Venable, Jean Wilkey, Richard West- 
moreland, Nancy Boyles, Bonnie Robertson, William G. Harris, Betty Kirby, Sherman Petree, Landis Tuttle, Terry 
Hutchins, C. R. Brown, Amajean Boyles, Libby Booe, Paul Norman, Mary Sue Tuttle. 



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LITERARY CLUB 



Seated: Shirley Robertson, Mary Venable, Lorraine Falk- 
enberry. Standing: Ottis James, Jeannette Covington, 
Mr. Johnson, Advisor. 



Seated: Jean Covington, Patsy Moore, Terry Hutchins, 
Mr. Johnson, Advisor. Standing: Janet Shouse, Rex 
Baker, Betty Kirby, Ottis James, Frances Westmoreland . 



SENIOR PLAY CAST 

"Quit Your Kiddin" 
Advisor - Mr. Johnson 
Seated: Ruth Voss, Sherman Petree, Melva Boyles, Keith Johnson, Joice Lewis. Standing: Nancy Boyles, James Burrow, 
Barbara Thomas, Robert Robertson, Shirley Robertson, Bobby Harris, Elsie Lankford. 






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MR. CHARLES DRIVERS 
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MRS. HAYNES 
Advisor 



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MR. FURCHES 
Advisor 





MONOGRAM CLUB 



MR. NEAL 
Advisor 



PAPER STAFF 



Seated: Joice Lewis, Barbara Watts, Patsy Moorefield. 
Standing: Mrs. Edwards, Wesley Hunsucker, Bettina New- 
|1 some, Norman Venable, Ray James, Mr. Mills. 



RADIO CLUB 

Seated: Keith Johnson, Ralph Voss. Standing: Teddy 
Clanton, Mr. Lindler, Mr. Fowler, A. G. Belcher. 





BUS DRIVERS 

Norman Venable, Ray James, Robert Robertson, Voyt 
Jones, Clarence Hall, Don Robertson, Grady Kiser. 



BUSINESS CLUB 

MR. MILLS 
Advisor 



BUSINESS GIRLS SOCIETY 

Seated: Mary Venable, Nancy Boyles, Mary Smith. Sec- 
ond Row: Barbara Watts, Bonnie Venable, Elsie Fuik, Mr. 
Mills. Third Row: Shirley Robertson, Juanita Duggins, 
Melva Boyles, Patsy Shelton. 



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First Row: Jack Barr, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Kiser, Mrs. Boyles, Mrs. Barr, Mrs. Baker, Mrs. Martin. Second Row: Donald 
Sizemore, Billy Newsom, Benny Johnson, Norris Tuttle, Eddie Snider. 



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Bonnie Robertson, Carolyn Jones, Faye Sizemore, Ruth Voss, Ann Spainhour, Edna Smith Manager, Kay Carroll, 
Nancy Jo Boyies, Melva Sue Boyles, Coach Neal, Mary Edith Smith, Myra Boyles, Ray Smith, Violet Stewart, Pat 
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BOYS' BASKETBALL 

James Smith, Manager, Jimmy Beasley, James Lawson, Richard Westmoreland, Wesley Hunsucker, Bobby Harris, Coach 
Neal, Robert Robertson^ Max Covington, John Smith, Frank Robertson, Don Boyles, Teddy Westmoreland, Manager. 






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SOFTBALL 

First Row: Myra Boyles, Jeanette Covington, Melva Boyles, Kay Carrol, Nancy Boyles, Mary Edith Smith, Edna Smith, Violet 
Stewart, Pat White. Second Row: Rae Smith, Bonnie Robertson, Faye Sizemore, Ethel Burrow, Jean Covington, Jane Coe, 
Maxine Gibson, Betty Shore, Ruth Voss, Mr. Neal, Instructor. 

JUNIOR VARSITY 

James Smith, Manager; Bobby Middleton, Harold Holder, John Baker, Don Lewis, Landis Tuttle, J. L. Johnson, Jim Robertson, 
Jimmy Hartgrove, J. L. Tucker, Blaine Ferguson, Teddy Westmoreland, Manager; O. D. Neal, Coach. 




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Center: Mary Sue TuUle, Chief; Priscilla New, Albert Newsome, Betty Shore, Bobby Law, Patsy Shelton, Billy Jessup, 
Kay Long, Mr. Underwood, Instructor. 



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ELEMENTARY GRADES 



FACULTY 




MISS HUTCHINS 
First Grade 

MRS. STEWART 
First Grade 

MRS. GENTRY 
First Grade 



MRS. BEROTH 
First and Second 

MRS. BARR 
Second Grade 

MRS. GARNER 
Second Grade 



MRS. GILFRY 
Second and Third 

MRS. BOYLES 
Third Grade 

MRS. TAYLOR 
Third and Fourth 



MISS CARSON 
Fourth Grade 

MRS. MATTHEWS 
Fourth Grade 

MRS. HUTCHINS 
Fifth Grade 



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MRS. MOORE 
Fifth Grade 

MISS EDWARDS 
Fifth and Sixth 

MRS. WHITT 
Sixth Grade 



MRS. LEWIS 
Sixth Grade 

MISS HELSABECK 
Seventh Grade 

MRS. KISER 
Seventh Grade 



MRS. MOSER 
Eighth Grade 

MRS. BRANDON 
Eighth Grade 




ELEMENTARY STUDENT GOVERNMENT 

First Row: Linda Lowson, President; Larry Boyles, Max Bennett, Carolyn Burrow, Betty Sue Brown, Larry Slate, Frank Badgett, 
Mrs. Lewis, Advisor. Second Row: Glenda Hauser, Frances McKnight, Jeanette Tuttle, Nancy Jo Barr, Mary Elizabeth Jones, 
Secretary; Dencer Caldwell, Rose Norman, Treasurer; Brenda Neal, Susan Southern. Third Row: Kathleen Garner, Lenwood 
Lawson, Patsy Smith, Barbara Lawson, Larry Robertson, Vice-President; Gaither Flippin, Tommy Hutchins, Ray Southern. 











*"' >r . Becky Moser, Robert Westmoreland, Janice Smoot, Billy Newsom, Donald Sizemore, Barbara Nancy, Max Bennett, 
-lid iiaker. Second Row: Ruby Thomas, Shelby Boyles, Linda Calloway, Mary Elizabeth Jones, J. E. Moser, Franklin Gor- 
don, Barbara Lawson, Linda Lou Hall, Ruby Love. Third Row: Bobby Covington, Jimmy Lankford, Frances Kay Rumley, Kenneth 
Spainhour, Eddie Snider, Gregory Kirby, Jane Caudle, Winona Sizemore. 

EIGHTH GRADE 

First Row: Mrs. Brandon, June Fulk, Polly Stroud, Lenwood Lawson, Nancy Crews, Patsy Smith, Charles Holder, James Walsh, 
Jack Barr, Junior Lankford. Second Row: Patsy Newsom, Sylvia Bennett, Jeanette Lynch, Virginia Moorefield, Jane Tuttle, 
Bobby Mabe, Peggy Cain, Arlie Faye Boyles, Avolina Marshall. Third Row: Benny Johnson, Bobby Southern, Norris Tuttle, 
Larry Epperson, Robert Slate, Minnie Ruth Smith, Linda Newsom, Rita Jones, Linda Lawson. 




SEVENTH GRADE - KISER 
First Row: Mrs. Kiser, Man/in 
Denny, Darrell Smith, Betty Wil- 
son, Donald Boies, Frances Mc- 
Knight, Savannah Southern, 
Michael Loggins, Brenda Browder, 
Kay Kirby, Billy Long, Linda 
Robb ins. Second Row: Billy Cain, 
Kay Hall, Julia Boyles, Frank Bad- 
gett, Louvenia Cox, Linda Flynt, 
Marie Gibson, Sandra Painter, 
Teddy Cox, Peggy Simmons, Bren- 
da Inman, Donald East. Third Row: 
Donald Marshall, Richard Sands, 
Donald Kiser, Joel Tedder, Wayne 
Southern, Donald Stone, Pat Car- 
roll, Dale Boyles, Barbara Bennett, 
Nettie Mae Moon, Rebecca 
Middleton. 





SEVENTH GRADE - HELSABECK. 
First Row: Miss Helsobeck, Peggy 
Crews, Geraldine Duggins, Ger- 
aldine Belcher, Ruth Carroll, Ber- 
tha Newsom, Joe Voss, Wayne 
Smith, Harvey Mobe, Thomas Hut- 
chins, Louise Boyles. Second Row: 
Jerry Moser, Nancy Calloway, 
Patricia Binkley, Larry Robertson, 
Ann Brown, Horace Slate, Jackie 
Hunterr, Alonza Cox, Phyllis Mc- 
Gee, Mildred Dodson, Nancy 
White. Third Row: Wilbur Weaver, 
Matthew Fulp, Wayne Johnson, 
Franklin Watts, Rex Scott, Esther 
Goff , Betty Palmer, Nancy West- 
moreland, Wayne Searcy, Norman 
Dodson . 



SIXTH GRADE - LEWIS 
Mrs. Lewis, Glida Venable, 
Elaine Bennett, Joe Felts, Linda 
Watts, Patricia Cox, Douglas 
Walsh, Judy Johnson, S c o 1 1 i e 
Barr, Dianne Johnson, Rae Dene 
Boyles, Peggy Smith, Ora Belle 
Brown, Robert Newsome, Larry 
Nance, Jerry Lawson, Roy South- 
ern, Pete Bennett, Ray Tucker, 
Robert Jessup, J. W. Duggins, 
Joseph McGee, Rae Southern, 
Dura White, Nancy Jo Barr, Jos- 
eph Smith, Jerry Watts. 





SIXTH GRADE -WHITT 
First Row: Mrs. Whitt, Erlene 
Griffin, Carolyn Moser, Bettie 
Wal I, Judy Mabe, Sally Fulk, 
Earl Williams, Lester Brown, Enoch 
Middleton, Aubrey Gordon, Ger- 
ald Warner. Second Row: Nancy 
Southern, Hughes Gentry, Wayne 
Wall, Eugene Booze, James Cra- 
dock, Denver Cardwel I, Bobby 
Sands, Davis Sands, John Slate, 
Jr. Third Row: Brenda Cromer, 
Sally Boyles, Janie K. Johnson, 
June Webster, Danny Smith, Danny 
Tuttle, Larry Moser, Jimmy Snider, 
Clarice Pulliam, Janette Tuttle. 



FIFTH & SIXTH - EDWARDS 
First Row: Miss Edwards, Marvin 
Swisher, Gayle Robbins, Elmer 
Martin, Jerry Kiser, Morris Smith, 
Larry Gordon, Donald Southern, 
Brenda Hall, Shirley Calhoun. 
Second Row: Olin Cranfill, Linda 
Adkins, Arnold Webster, Dale 
Hartgrove, Ann Ingram, Linda 
Holder, Carolyn Burrow. Third 
Row: Eugene Henderson, Lyie Ep- 
person, Gaither Flippin, Donald 
Ingram, Jimmie Mabe, Jane Bran- 
don, Earlene Webster, Rose Nor- 
man, Linda Denny, Norman 
Gravely. 




FIFTH GRADE -MOORE 
Romeo Mabe, Michael Lawson, 
Gilbert Bledsoe, Tommy Bottoms, 
Patricia Wall, Jewell Newsom, 
Kate Smith, Barbara Tuttle, Judith 
Butner, Maxine Dodson. Second 
Row: Wayne Burrow, Jimmy Weav- 
er, Glenda Hauser, Billy Stone, 
Sousan Southern, Carolyn Calhoun, 
Eugenia Moser, Gary Tuttle, Billy 
Moore, Nancy Moser, Linda Gib- 
son. Third Row: Dennis Fulk, 
Phillip Inman, Larry Slate, Ralph 
Watts, Doris Webster, Peggy Hen- 
derson, Edward Brown, Roy Ben- 
nett, Nancy Boles, Brenda Neal, 
Douglas Smith. 



FIFTH GRADE - HUTCHINS 
First Row: Mrs. Hutch in , Jack 
Stone, Harry Bennett, James Cal- 
loway, Barry Long, Barry Atwood, 
Pete Duggins, Brenda Spainhour, 
Sue Kirby, Terry Browder. Second 
Row: Frank McGee, Harold Shin- 
ault, Johnny Lankford, Donald 
Snider, Doris Newsome, Carolyn 
Smith, Ann Butner, Toby Jones, 
Patricia Simmons, Iris East, Rachel 
Tuttle. Third Row: Virgil McGee, 
Larry Redding, Larry Boyles, Billy 
Binkley, Shirley Bennett, Robert 
Gordon, Naomi King, E. J. Smith, 
Betty Bledsoe, Frances Southern, 
Patricia Slawter, Kathy Garner. 





FOURTH GRADE - CARSON 
First Row: Mrs. Carson, Bonnie 
Watts, J. V. Boles, Tommy Love, 
Kay Lawson, Jerry Mabe, Eliza- 
beth Lawson, Clayton Smith, 
Wayne Long, James Southern. 
Second Row: Nancy Cain, Donald 
Bowles, Martha Carroll, Nancy 
Hall, Jimmy Tedder, Judy Byrd, 
Betty Williams, Janice Smith, Jo 
Ann Bennett. Third Row: Jimmy 
Jessup, Calvin Voss, L. G. Ben- 
nett, Jimmy Brandon, Judith ^mith, 
Nancy Tuttle, Thurman Dodson, 
Paul Lytle, Bobby Mabe, Barry 
Southern. 



FOURTH GRADE - MATTHEWS 
First Row: Matthews, Glenda Kir- 
by, Brenda Kirby, Brenda Kiser, 
Sammy Williams, Judy Meadows, 
Lynn Stone, Gae Southern, Grady 
Barber, Betty Calloway, Brenda 
Walsh, Maxine McGee. Second 
Row: Junior Duggins, Glenola Mc- 
Gee, Vicki Boles, Kenneth Hart- 
grove, Joan Nance, Jenny Bole- 
ia<;k, Shelby Gordon, Larry Pain- 
ter, Frosty Denny, Donald Coe, 
Ruby Barneycastle, Curtis Bowen. 
Third Row: Brenda Smith, Beverly 
Moore, Marie Kiser, Larry Davis, 
Steven Pulliam, Jerry Boyles, Eu- 
gene Helms, Joe Johnson, James 
Marshall, Linda Coe, Brenda At- 
kins, Arnold Covington. 





THIRD GRADE - BOYLES 
First Row: Mrs. Boyles, Norman 
Smith, Janice Redding, Kay Kiser, 
Junior Collins, Brenda Southern, 
Jackie Bovender, Virginia Boyles, 
Bonnie Gravely, Douglas Smoot, 
Sylvia Wall. Second Row: Gerald 
Smith, Charles Adkins/ Charles 
Driver, Bonny Watson, David 
Southern, Johnny Calhoun, Deimer 
Wilson, Delbert Gordeon, Betty 
Martin, Roger Brown, Gilmer Wil- 
son. Third Row: BettyMcHone, 
Lawrence Voss, John Snider, 
Johnny Shore, Steve Covington, 
Frances Stewa rt, Clyde Fulk, 
Nancy Hall, Pam Kiser, Doris Ben- 
nett, and Pam Alexander. 



THIRD & FOURTH - GILFREY 
First Row: Willie Bledsoe, Melba 
Craddock, Bonnie Kirby, Judy 
Barr, Jerry Mickey, Karen Edwards, 
Davie Lawson, Glinda Barber, Ha- 
zel Parrish, Jimmy Webster, Lena 
Crews, Judy Bennett. Second Row: 
R. C. Gordon, Doris Long, Patsy 
Inman, Bruce Robertson, Joan 
Southern, Mitchell Wall, Ronald 
Binkley, Raymond Marshall, Connie 
Woods, Bobby Jean Bottoms, Terry 
Wood, Kathy Bennett. Third Row: 
Wayne Slate, Sandra Newsome, 
Mary Gentry, Franklin Barr, Carol 
Brandon, Junior Pulliam, Mary 
Tuttle, Glenn Gentry, Jessie 
Moon, Dewey Atkins, James Gib- 
son, Ronnie Hauser, Sylvia 
Sprinkle. 





THIRD & FOURTH - TAYLOR 
First Row: Mrs. Taylor, Vernon 
Burrow, Sandra Shouse, Pauline 
Cummings, Lena Kiser, Diane 
Browder, Edward Browder, Bobby 
Mickey, Nancy Palmer, E. R. 
Conrad, Judy Watson. Second 
Row: Charles Barr, Lloyd Mabe, 
Gerald Boyles, Bruce Bennett, Roy 
Ashby, Faye Dean Brown, Norris 
Duggins, Frances Robertson, Nancy 
Newsome, Janice East, Judy At- 
wood Third Row: Ray Craddock, 
Donald Lynch, Wayne Tuttle, Joe 
Smith, Bill York, Eugene Bennett, 
Alex Southern, T. W. Priddy, 
Glenell Watts, Peggy Edmonds, 
Mary Catherine Hunter. 



SECOND GRADE - BARR 
First Row: Barr, Annie Priddy, 
Nancy Martin, Becl<y Newsome, 
Marvin Gordon, Jackie Butner, 
Norma Tuttle, Karen Bolejack, 
Arthur Smith, Kernel Gordon, Larry 
Bledsoe. Second Row: Wanda 
Davis, R. L. Calloway, Freya 
Johnson, Allan Boyles, Michael 
Richardson, Gail Holder, Gloria 
Duggins, Janet Moser, Tommy 
White, Linda Hunter, Judy Mar- 
shall. Third Row: Pamela Kirby, 
Frances Collins, Nancy J. Fulk, 
Linda Fulk, Wayne Davis, Sidney 
Moser, Larry Watson, Jimmy Log- 
gins, Junior Cain, Kenneth Mc- 
Knight, Ronald Wall. 





SECOND GRADE - GARNER 
First Row: Judy Martin, William 
Bowman, Herbert Helms, Edgar 
Fulk, Gary Bennett, Judy Harrison, 
Katharine Moore, Becky Spa inhour, 
Bernice Harold Priddy, Kay Smith. 
Second Row: Wanda White, Susan 
Johnson, Donald James, Judy Bar- 
neycastel, Ronnie Mabe, Linda 
Covington, Junior McGee, Harold 
Smith, Jerry Long, Phillip Vance, 
Jeanette Smith, Harold Southern. 
Third Row: Mrs. Jessie Garner, 
Judy Adams, Dee Carroll, Ann 
Pruitt, Norma Edmonds, Patricia 
Boyles, Diane Mabe, Joan Key, 
Barbara Love, Jay Lee Bennett, 
Brendo Hensley, Ronnie Bottoms. 



FIRST & SECOND -MRS. BEROTH 
Kathy Johnson, Patricia Love, 
Richard Gibson, Eddie White, Jerry 
Bledsoe, Franklin James, Larry 
Southern. Second Row: Bobby 
Moore, Betty Sue Fulk, Linda Cox, 
Melba Wilson, Douglas Boyles, 
Steve Smith, Janice Marshall, 
Phyllis Love. Third Row: Steve 
Boyles, Sandra Wolff, Kay Goff, 
Peggy Jo Mabe, Ronnie White, 
Carolyn Flippin, Clyde Moorefield, 
Johnny Joe King, Judy Fulk , 
Jimmy Scott. 





FIRST GRADE - HUTCHINS 
First Row: Marilyn Sue New, Kay 
Hensley, Doris Foley, Janie Crews, 
Thelma Gordon, Larry Wood, Mary 
Jo Pulliam, Gary Watson. Second 
Row: JoAnn Newman, Henry Mabe, 
Clara Wilson, Brent Smith, Brenda 
Collins, Elbert Boyles, Jane Lewis, 
Steven Driver, Mary Ann Kirby, 
Wanda Kay Stone. Third Row: 
Steve Tuttle, Haro Id Timmons, 
Larry Key, Homer Lawson, Roger 
Fuik, Glenn Bennett, Richard Goff, 
Franklin Sells, Barbara Covington, 
Marilyn Slate. 



FIRST GRADE - GENTRY 
First Row: Mrs. Gentry, Douglas 
Payne, Ronnie Tedder, Jimmy Ash- 
by, David Helms, Richard Bowen, 
Fay Cox, Sandra Lawson, Doc 
Boyles, Janie Lawson. Second Row: 
Carl Calloway, Bobby Tuttle, Mel- 
vin Thomas, Betty Gordon, Donna 
Roberts, Ellen Neal, Carolyn Ba- 
ker, Brenda Booze, Gloria Gordon, 
Leon Longford, Larry Boles. Third 
Row: Donald Gibson, Gary Hall, 
Norma Newsom, Shirley Overby, 
Arnold Goodman, Andrea Johnson, 
Jimmy Hauser, Gary Smith, Jerry 
Martin, Bobby Slate, Larry Ingram, 
Johnny Slate. 





FIRST GRADE -STEWART 
First Row: Mrs. Stewart, Larry 
Southern, Steve Burge, Doratha 
Meadows, Louise Cox, Peggy Gor- 
don, Susan Griffin, Jeanette 
Needham, Duane Shouse, Brenda 
Watson. Second Row: Elaine Mc- 
Knight, Newton Bryant, Carolyn 
Slate, Louise Craddock, Donald 
Mabe, Johnny Hall, Susan New- 
som, Gregg Bennett, Jerry Goff, 
Virginia Bennette, "Butch" Mc- 
Gee. Third Row: David Smith, 
Kay Smith, Gary Hicks, Jimmy 
Newman, Earl Voss, Polly Jenkins, 
Sarah Lawson, Ronald Westmore- 
land, Larry Barber, Tommy Jessup. 




ADVERTISEMENTS 



JOE COVINGTON 
SERVICE STATION 

Esso Gas and Oil 

Firestone Tires and Tubes 

Willard Batteries— Groceries 

Route 1 King, N. C. 









GENTRY & MOSER CO. 

Electrical Appliance 

Western Auto Associate Store 

Groceries, Fresh Meats, Frozen Foods 

and Vegetables, Feeds & Seeds 

Phone 183 

King, North Carolina 



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At Timmons Cross Roads 



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L. M. LONG 

JEWELER and WATCH MAKER 
King, N. C. 






BANK OF PILOT MOUNTAIN 

Pilot Mountain, N. C. 
Deposits insured to $10,000 
I. M. GORDON, Pres. 
C. W. THOMAS, Assf. Cashier 
J. W. GORDON, Cashier 
W. H. REID, Vice-President 



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Vaden & Turner Esso Station 
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Emergency Service — Esso Service 

Lubrication — Battery — Service 

Tires — Whefel Balancing 

U. S. Route No. 52 Phone 2556 

RURAL HALL, N. C. 



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Compliments of 

SLATE LUMBER CO. 

Phone 130 King, N. C. 



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Groceries, Meats, Dry Goods, Statesville 

Feeds, Dixie Lady Flour, Fertilizer 

Star Brand Shoes 

Phone nF21 Pinnacle, N. C. 



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KING LUMBER CO. 



BETTER BUILDING MATERIALS AT 



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BETTER PRICES 



Phone 135 



Compliments of 

MONARCH FINER FOODS 

Consolidated Grocers Corporation 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



TINY DINY RESTAURANT 
AND DAIRIO 

"Where Friends Meet and Eat" 
Phone 273 King, N. 



COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS 

KING FURNITURE COMPANY 

King, North Carolina 
Phone 159 



KING FUEL OIL SUPPLY CO. 

Wholesale Dealer 

ESSO PRODUCTS 

Fuel for Homes and Tobacco Barns 



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Phone 216 



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King, N. C. 



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FRIENDLY BEAUTY SHOPPE 

Owner: Mrs. C. H. Trawick 
Operator: Mrs. Roy S. Barr ! 

King Drug Building Phone 153 

KING, N. C. 






Compliments of 

PFAFF'S, INC. 

PAINTS-GLASS-WALL PAPER 

N. Main St. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 



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CHEVROLET-SALES and SERVICE 
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A COMPLETE DRUG STORE SERVING 
STOKES COUNTY 



Phone 127 



King, N. C. 



Compliments of 

A FRIEND 

ROME HALL 



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JANITOR SUPPLIES 



538 N. Chestnut St. Telephone 4-8375 



Winston-Salem, N. C. 












WINSTON-SALEM DRIVE-IN THEATRE 

NORTH CHERRY STREET EXT. 

HOME OWNED DRIVE-IN P. G. "FIBBER" AAcGEE 

Visit Our New and Most Modern Grill in Town 

Bring the Kids out Early for a Ride on 

FIBBER'S MINIATURE TRAIN 






CONGRATULATIONS TO THE ENTIRE SENIOR CLASS FROM ANOTHER 
HOME-OWNED DRIVE-IN 

KING DRIVE-IN THEATRE 



FIBBER McGEE 



H. A. HENDRIX 



KING GUANO COMPANY 



J. W. GENTRY 



FERTILIZERS, LIME, and TOBACCO FLUES 

Owners BOB WESTMORELAND 

KING, NORTH CAROLINA 






For the Very Best in Movie Entertainment 
Visit "DEBS" at the 

EAST BEND DRIVE-IN THEATRE 

East Bend, N. C. 



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For Men and Boys 

FRANK A. STITH CO. 



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FARMERS, DIXIE & LIBERTY 
WAREHOUSES 

Proprietors 



BILL SHEETS 
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TAYLOR WAREHOUSE CO. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 
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Insist on 

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GENTRY & MOSER CO. 

Groceries, Fresh Meats, Western Auto 

Sales Agency, Hot Point, Norge and 

Universal Appliances, Feeds, Seeds 

Phone 183 King, N. C. 






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DEWEY A. LONG 
Construction Co. 

BUILDING CONTRACTOR 

"We Build the Best-for the Best" 

RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL 

P. O. Box 3 King, N. C. 



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BUILDING MATERIALS 
"FROM TREE TO KEY" 



CONTRACTORS 
Rural Hall, N. C. 



FREE ESTIMATES 
Phone 2121 



Compliments of 

HOLSUM BAKERIES 



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KING GULF SERVICE 

KING, N. C. 



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COMMERCIAL AND 
FARMERS BANK 

Telephone 2131 Rural Hall, N. C. 

O. L. Kiger, President and Cashier 

Cameron R. Payne, Vice-President 

R. N. Gentry, Assistant Cashier 

MEMBER F.I.D.C. 







Save 25% on Automobile Insurance 

Farm Bureau Mutual Fire Insurance 

Farm Bureau Life Insurance Co. 

RUPERT HALL 

LOCAL AGENT 






GORDON'S HARDWARE 

EVERYTHING FOR THE FARMER 
Phone 152 King, N. C. 







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WALL & DAVIS PONTIAC CO 

Sales - Service 

Pontiac GMC Trucks 

Phone 204 

PILOT MTN., N. C. 



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DIAL 



WIIVSTONI^IAUNDRY 

DRY CLEANING 

p. o. BOX 750 WINSTON-SALEM, N. C.noa ivy ave. 



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LARGEST 

BEST 



King Represe^ntative — ^Mr. T. Vil. Logglns 
Phone 176 



BelfcStevens 



Home of Better Values 




WINSTON-SALEM DEPARTMENT STORE 



WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 



Compliments of 

JOHNSON'S HATCHERY 

U. S. APPROVED PULLORUM CLEANED CHICKENS 
KING, NORTH CAROLINA PHONE 270 






BOCOCK-STROUD CO. 

SPORTING GOODS 

Dependable for 33 Years 

Phone 4-2421 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 



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DUKE 

P.QWER COMPANY 



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PILOT-INN 

PROMPT CURB SERVICE 




Pilot Mountain, N. C. 
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WARREN'S DRUG STORE 

ONLY THE BEST 

A COMPLETE DRUG STORE 

We Fill Any Doctor's Prescription 

Rural Hall, N. C. Phone 2241 



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Compliments of 

SLATE FURNITURE CO. 

Located in Statesville 

Dealers of 

CROSLEY & KELVINATOR APPLIANCES 

FINE FURNITURE 
Rural Hall, N. C. Phone 4125 



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GROCERIES & PRODUCE 

Route No. 52 Telephone 4233 

Stanleyville, N. C. 



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Standard Portable Electric 

CAROLINA BUSINESS 
MACHINES CO. 

616 W. Fourth St. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Sales Service Rentals 



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7 Miles South of King, N. C. on H'w'y. 52 
Fresh Meats— Groceries— Feed 



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Your Air Conditioned, Self-Service Grocery Food Center 

DRY GOODS, RED GOOSE SHOES, FURNITURE, PHILCO RADIOS 

Shop In Comfort 

OPERATED BY KIGER BROTHERS RURAL HALL, N. C. 



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HARDWARE COMPANY 

Everything in Hardware 

BILL BECK - GUMP SMITH 

Phone 2490 

Rural Hall, N. C. 



Compliments of 

HULL-DOBBS CO. 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 



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MAZIE'S BEAUTY SHOP 

SPECIALIZING IN COLD WAVES 

Owner, Mrs. Carl Clifton 

Betty Clifton 

Phone 206 Pilot Mtn., N. C. 



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THANKS ALL FRIENDS 



Who gave of time and money to make 



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RINGS, INVITATIONS, TROPHIES and MEDALS 

Indianapolis, Indiana 

E. W. PADDISON, Representative 

MOUNT AIRY, NORTH CAROLINA 






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STULTZ AND OGBURN 

SANDWICHES-PLATE LUNCHES 

FOUNTAIN SERVICE 

Rural Hall Road at Stanleyville 

Phone 4221 

STANLEYVILLE, N. C. 



KING FARM SUPPLY 
COMPANY 

PCX DEALER 

FEED, SEED and FERTILIZER 

Complete line of Plumbing Supplies 

Phone 151 King, N. C. 



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BOYLES FLOWERS 

FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 

Cut Flowers— Corsages— Potted Plants 

Weddings— Decorations— Funeral Designs 

Phone 262 

KING, N. C. 






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GROCERIES - FEEDS - SEEDS 
Route 1 King, N. C. 



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T. G. NEW, SR. 



35th YEAR OF SERVICE 



Phone 187 



King, N. C. 



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LIBBY'S GRILL 

"Where Good Food is Better' 

"Meet Me at Libby's" 

SANDWICHES - DRINKS 






FOR GOOD CHARTER BUS SERVICE CALL 8271 LOCATED AT OGBURN STATION 

TWIN CITY LINES, INC. 

ALL CHARTER BUSES EQUIPPED WITH RADIOS 

Mailing Address P. O. Box 2752 

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. 






HOME OF 

UNGLE'S FINE CAKES 



WINSTON-SALEM, N. C 




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Products of Minneapolis-AAoline 

LEINBACH MACHINERY CO. 

NEW AND USED FARM AND SAWMILL 

MACHINERY-FRICK SAWMILLS 

IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT 

Route 1, Elkin Highway 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Phone 537 Old Town, N. C. 



Complimenfs of 

GENE MOORE & ED SLATE 

Distributors of 
SEALTEST DAIRY PRODUCTS 



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STEVENS-AAERRITT & CO. 

PLUMBING, ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES & WATER PUMPS 



PHONE 184 




KING, N. C. 









SHORE MERCANTILE COMPANY 

DRY GOODS & NOTIONS, LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR, MEN'S FURNISHINGS 

OVERALLS & WORK SHIRTS 

COMPLETE DEPARTMENTS, FURNITURE, FLOOR COVERINGS 

ADMIRAL APPLIANCES AND TV's, COMPLETE BABY DEPARTMENT 

King, N. C. 



Day Phone 9267 Night Phone 2-5688 

C. W. MYERS TRADING POST 

1044 N. Liberty Street 
Don't Buy, Build, Sell or Trade a House 
until Ycu get Our Proposition. If we 
cannot save you money we don't want 
your business. Houses built on any loca- 
tion. We will furnish the land or will 
build on your own land. We trade for 

anything other people don't want. 

See us before you do any trading. 



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CLAY PRINTING COMPANY 

'The House That Price and Quality Built" 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



Compliments of 

WALL DRY CLEANERS 

Phone 2241 
Rural Hall, N. C. 






Compliments of 

HAUSER-JOYCE IMPLEMENT 
COMPANY 

1024 North Liberty Street 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



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